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We are a leading Facebook marketing services agency that help you significantly improve visibility, drive sales, and grow your business online. Facebook ads have potential to reach their target audience to promote brand awareness, increase fan base and drive sales.

If you have an online business, or you run an offline business, Facebook Page for your business can work wonder.Whether you need more conversions or want to skyrocket brand awareness, we will help you achieve your targets.From creation of a Facebook campaign to its launch; and from promotion to campaign tracking, our Facebook marketing team does it all.

Our Facebook Marketing process contains following activities:
  • Launching Facebook marketing campaign as per client’s business needs.
  • Creating Facebook page and Groups and post them up with quality content on regular basis.
  • Highlighting your company events for more brand visibility.
  • Link your page with popular social networks such as Twitter, Google Plus and LinkedIn for more exposure.
  • Live campaign tracking and reporting to get insights on how campaign is performing and what’s needed to be done.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Yes they absolutely work. But you have to make sure you have the right goal for your ads and that you are measuring the right things.

    Facebook ads do work differently for different industries.It takes testing, patience, and more testing.

    You can use ads to drive traffic and get more brand awareness but you may need to vary your strategy with other methods of organic reach on Facebook.

  • Facebook Ads and Google Ads are fairly different in the way they target people.

    Google targets based on what people are typing in the search right that moment (as well as demographics).

    Facebook targets based on interests that people have in their profile (Pages people have liked, Interests they may have added, and demographics targeting based on 3rd party data).

    With Google ads you can target more around what people want immediately. Maybe they are searching for “best prices on tennis rackets” vs. Facebook ads where you are targeting that they are interested in Tennis.

    I am not a Google Ads expert but I do find that I can often get cheaper cost per click with Facebook Ads but with Google Ads you may be better able to target someone who is in “buying mode”.

  • The Facebook Ads Manager can be a little daunting when you get started. When you choose Create an Ad, you’ll see a number of choices.

    Initially I would say focus on Traffic and driving the lowest cost per link click to your website. Engagement has a few different options under it including Page Likes, Post Engagement and Event Responses. If you are looking to Boost posts or get more Likes, then this is a good choice.

    If you have the Facebook Pixel installed and you are ready to track conversions, then you can choose Conversions. Make sure you know the difference between running a Conversion ad vs. Traffic.

    The Lead Generation ad is not a bad one to test as well but make sure you know how to get to your Leads from your Facebook Page and that you are following up.

    Again, you can test your options and see which one gives you the best cost per result.

  • That question is part of a larger one which is what is your marketing budget? I talk about this a little more in my post about how to set your Facebook Ads budget

    For testing purposes, I suggest using 10-20% of your overall budget for the campaign if possible.

    Then here are some other tips:

    • 5-10/day at least to test. You can have a larger budget if you want to get more traction but be aware of how large your audience is since you won’t be able to have a large budget with a small target.
    • 4 days minimum. Ads often improve their results over a few days and you need to let the ad get some traction.
    • Daily or Lifetime is ok. Lifetime budget does allow for Facebook to optimize the delivery a little bit.
    • Keep optimizations at default settings. Facebook is doing a good job at optimizing the ad so there is no need to set your bid at a specific amount.
  • You should run your ad as long as it keeps converting or performing at the rate you want. I’ve had clients where we are running the same ad for months and it still continues to perform.

    If you see the performance start to get worse over a period of days and don’t seem to be bouncing back then you can switch tactics. Sometimes a new image or running a new test can help.

  • At the time of this writing, Power Editor looks and feels almost exactly like Ads Manager. One of the advantages to Power Editor was that some of the newer features were available there first.

    Now I’m seeing more options roll immediately into the Ads Manager. There are some advantages like bulk uploading and Campaign tagging but other than that, I think it’s more of a personal preference and not necessary to use Power Editor.

    When you do create an ad in Power Editor, make sure you edit each level of the ad before Reviewing the Changes so that the ad starts running.

  • Test, test, and test. And shortcut your learning with good information!

    Luckily there’s a handy course that I have put together called Facebook Advertising Secrets. It’s 4 online modules, ebooks, and access to my private Facebook Group where I answer your questions. We go through troubleshooting, best practices, and I give advice for your specific situation.